Queen of Angels Elementary/Middle School
St. Agnes Parish is one of the supporting parishes of Queen of Angels Catholic School. Since its conception in 1961 as St. Agnes Catholic School, our parish has taken a major part in supporting Catholic education in our community. Our parishioners continue today to be stanch supporters in keeping the school active and viable by sending their children for a first-rate education, volunteering in many areas for the benefit of the students and financially supporting the school.
Queen of Angels School offers programs for children from Pre-K through 8th grade. If you would like more information on what Queen of Angels School can offer your child, please visit their website at www.queenofangelssch.org, send them an email or call the school office at 724-978-0144 to arrange a personal meeting and tour of the facilities.
Greensburg Central Catholic High School
Greensburg Central Catholic High School opened its doors to welcome the first freshmen class, September 8, 1959. Students came to Greensburg Central Catholic from as far east in the diocese as Ligonier, and as far west as Trafford. The origin of the school is rooted in the vision of the first Bishop of the Diocese of Greensburg, Bishop Hugh L. Lamb.
Greensburg Central Catholic High School, a true “Alma Mater, a fostering mother,” is a growing community of alumni and alumni around the world. These sons and daughters, who, by their lives and what they have learned at Greensburg Central Catholic, are living testimony to the Gospel and to the love which is Jesus Christ. “Hail Alma Mater, we, thy children sing!”
Serra Catholic High School
Serra Catholic High School was founded in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, on September 5th, 1961, within the Diocese of Pittsburgh, with an initial enrollment of 89 young men. Serra was named after Father Junipero Serra, O.F.M., Franciscan founder of 22 mission churches in California. The Franciscan Order of Friars Minor of the Province of the Immaculate Conception administered the school from 1961 through 2000, and the Franciscans Third Order Regular assumed leadership from 2000 through 2004. Serra served only young men until 1972, when the decision was made to merge Mon Yough Catholic High School with Serra to create a coeducational institution.
In 2007, Serra became a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation under the direction of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. At that time, we gained a dedicated Board of Directors whose wisdom and guidance will help ensure Serra’s future for the next half century. In 2012, Serra continues to thrive with an enrollment of 353 students who represent virtually every socioeconomic level.